static variable


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static variable

[′stad·ik ′ver·ē·ə·bəl]
(computer science)
A local variable that does not cease to exist upon termination of the block in which it can be accessed, but instead retains its most recent value until the next execution of this block.
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We know that there are some static variable coverage from time to time.
To verify the model's sensitivity to the number of ancillary variables in the model, a calibration of the model was implemented using only two variables, including the DEM map, which was employed as a static variable, and the distance to settlements map, which was employed as a dynamic variable.
By contrast, the invasively assessed CVP was a poor predictor of fluid responsiveness as a static variable of cardiac preload." They concluded that, "Both PVi and dIVC may be used to identify the fluid responsiveness of all ICU patients undergoing continuous treatment linked to mechanical ventilation; both methods are easily applied, noninvasive, and can be performed at the bedside."
As opposed to the factors announced as capacity parameters, which are pulverized on the capacity's leave, static variable won't lose its esteem when the capacity exits will in any case hold that esteem ought to the capacity be called once more.
This is all the more so since, notwithstanding the emphasis on the legitimation process (the core of the book and its central chapter), legitimacy seems to be measured more as a static variable than a dynamic one.
1997] to identify static variable candidates and a cost-benefit model to select appropriate optimizations [Mock et al.
Target code generated for a static variable definition static T V = I;.
are the static variables conjugating with the kinematic variables [epsilon] and [[epsilon].sup.(1)].
This is why determining the state of volemia that was being carried out based on the tendency over time of static variables like central venous pressure does not work, given that it does not integrate the relation between preload and its response (effective systolic volume).